Live Hunt host, Aron Snyder, reviews some of the best glass and spotting gear on the...
Live Hunt's Aron Snyder puts Nemo's new Moto 1P through its paces on a midwinter coyote...
This horseback hunt for elk is like stepping back in time.
Two muleys battle it out on the Southwest Desert.
Amazing photos of an albino black bear found in Montana!
Even if you never call in a 60-inch bull, you’ll be able to impress your hunting...
Slate.com's blog The Vault dug up a painfully bureaucratic memo on yeti hunting from the U.S. Embassy in Kathmandu. The memo is from 1959, it was signed by Counselor Ernest H. Fisk, and offers some guidelines for any adventurers hunting yeti. No, this is not a joke.
The memo reads as follows: [ Read Full Post ]
With Montana's Legislature back in full swing, policy makers have taken up the explosive issue of … lighted arrow nocks. Only in Montana right?
House Bill 26, sponsored by Rep. Ted Washburn, R-Bozeman, would prohibit the state Fish, Wildlife and Parks Commission from barring lighted nocks, as it does now, according to the Independent Record.
Over the last few days a barrage of editorials from Big Sky state newspapers have debated whether or not Montana bowhunters should be allowed to use the technology. And, one of the most outspoken opponents of the bill is the Montana Bow Hunters Association. [ Read Full Post ]
Greg Ray, president of NRA Outdoors, a hunting and fishing trip agency, keeps getting calls from folks who own AR rifles but want to take them beyond the shooting range. Does Ray have a hunt for them?
“Tactical hog hunting,” Ray advises. “The AR platform gives you lots of options—like night hunts—and there’s usually no closed season or bag limits.”
The “tactical” angle starts with an AR, good optics, and accessories, such as lights, lasers, and (where legal) suppressors. But it also applies to the tactics you’ll need to use to kill pigs. Like the aforementioned night hunting. [ Read Full Post ]
This photo of Daniel Barto and his 372-inch bull was posted on the Boone & Crockett Trophy Watch site late last month. If the score is certified by B&C, this bull will go down as the top typical elk in the state.
A monster elk coming out of the Keystone State shouldn't surprise you. According to B&C, Pennsylvania is now the 5th state in non-typical record book elk entries and 14th for typical elk entries. It seems a new state-record bull is taken there every few years (see the story behind the Pennsylvania nontypical record elk).
While this is a mammoth bull, it won't crack the overall top 20. The world-record typical elk scores 442 5/8 inches and was taken in 1968. [ Read Full Post ]
The South Dakota House of Representatives voted 55-13 Monday to add a $1 surcharge to hunting licenses in an effort to raise money to deal with the state’s growing predator problem. Rep. Betty Olson, R-Prairie City, said the move would generate about $300,000 annually to counter the coyote problem that "has exploded.”
No longer just a dream, Africa can be a wide-awake experience of a lifetime for North American hunters—far less expensive than a brown bear hunt in Alaska or a trophy-bull chase on an Indian reservation.
But as a longtime visitor to Africa, and as an occasional Professional Hunter there, I’ve seen plenty of first-time Americans who didn’t plan adequately. Here are some lessons from their experiences. [ Read Full Post ]
Minnesota is on pace to be moose free in 20 years and no one knows why, according to a recent editorial by the Star Tribune.
The state’s moose population has fallen dramatically in the past few years with the estimated population of 4,200 animals standing at almost half of what it was in 2006. These low numbers are due in part to adult bulls dropping dead for no apparent reason and poor calf survival rates. [ Read Full Post ]